Fonds F 1233 - William Vogan fonds

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William Vogan fonds

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CA ON00009 F 1233

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  • 1830-1883 (Creation)

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27 items of textual records

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William Vogan (d. 1881 or 2) was a farmer and constable who resided in Vankleek Hill, Ontario, with his wife Dorothy, sons George, Thomas and Rupert, and a daughter Maria.

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Fonds consists of personal and professional records of William Vogan and other individuals. Included are deeds and mortgages of William Vogan and other individuals, and legal records (such as releases between George Mode and Peter Beers, power of attorney from William Vogan to John Casson, and a bond between William Vogan and Charles R. Hersey). Fonds also includes insurance policies and the will of William Vogan. Also included are: the minutes of a public meeting to consider patronizing the Vankleek Hill Cheese Factory; a statement of account from the United Counties of Prescott and Russell to Constable William Vogan for services rendered in the case of Thomas H. Johnson vs. Francis Cusinoe and Joseph Dupuis; an extract from the Hawkesbury field notes of Dominion Surveyors Fortunes; and a letter to Mrs. Dorothy Vogan from the Canada Postal Savings Bank regarding a financial matter.

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Fonds was acquired by the Archives of Ontario in 1974 from Mrs. Melvin Vogan of Cornwall, Ontario.


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Copyright held by creator. These materials cannot be published without permission from the copyright holder.

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